February 27

Board of Trustees to act on tuition, fees at March meeting

The board will decide whether to approve an advisory panel's recommendation for a 3.7 percent increase in tuition and fees.
Relief carving of intertwined UO
February 27

Oregonian notes NSF and Sloan awards to UO chemists

The story notes recent awards to Michael Pluth, George Nazin, Michael Harms and Shannon Boettcher.
February 26

University amends lawsuit response to clarify it won’t seek fees from student

President Scott Coltrane has announced that the university is dropping the counterclaims against a student in an ongoing lawsuit against the university.
Lynn Stephen
February 26

Lynn Stephen chosen to deliver two prestigious lectures

Stephen, director of the Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies, will give lectures in Pittsburgh and Puerto Rico.
February 24

New report shows UO boosts Oregon's prosperity by billions of dollars

A new economic impact report from economics professor Tim Duy finds the UO made a $2.3 billion footprint on the state’s economy in the last year.
Bryna Goodman
February 24

Goodman named a fellow of the Institute for Advanced Study

Bryna Goodman will use the fellowship at the Institute for Advanced Study to complete a book on the history of modern Chinese finance.
February 23

Campus invited to forum on addressing sexual violence

The Campus Conversation and Progress Report on Addressing Sexual Violence will be held Monday, March 2, at 4 p.m.
Shannon Boettcher
February 20

Three UO chemists chosen as 2015 Sloan Foundation fellows

The fellowships are given to early-career researchers whose work show the potential to make lasting contributions to their field.
Angela Joya
February 19

UO professor's thoughts on ISIS land in national conversation

Angela Joya discusses how ISIS attracts young fighters in an article for the academic website The Conversation.
George Nazin
February 19

NSF CAREER grant to help UO chemist study carbon nanotubes

George Nazin will focus on improving materials for electrical and optoelectronicical devices and expanding his public school outreach.